July 9, 2020
April 28, 2020
Second Round of Nonprofit PPP Loans Falls Flat CHARITY

Second Round of Nonprofit PPP Loans Falls Flat – April 28

Second Round of Nonprofit PPP Loans Falls Flat – WASHINGTON D.C. – The PPP lending program was scheduled to resume at 10:30 am EST on Monday, but the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) online portal seems to be having issues handling the demand. An industry source confirmed that the platform did open at 10:30 a.m. as planned, but was
April 26, 2020
Resumption of Nonprofit Paycheck Protection Program CHARITY INSIDE

Resumption of Nonprofit PPP Loans – April 27, 2020 – Frequently Asked Questions

Resumption of Nonprofit PPP Loans – April 27, 2020 – WASHINGTON – Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration Jovita Carranza and U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin issued the following statement on the resumption of the Payroll Protection Program (PPP): “The Small Business Administration will resume
April 23, 2020

NANOE’s Major Gifts Ramp-Up Virtual Event – May 19th 2020

INSIDE CHARITY is privileged to sponsor NANOE’s Major Gifts Ramp-Up LIVE (Virtual Online Event) Visit Here to SAVE-THE-DATE.
April 23, 2020

Nonprofit CARES Act 3.5 – $484 Billion Relief Package

Nonprofit CARES Act 3.5 – $484 Billion Relief Package – The Senate has passed the PPP Health Care Enhancement Act, also known as the “COVID-19 3.5” relief package. This new $484 billion package, which is expected to pass the House of Representatives today was originally designed to only be a $250 billion
April 20, 2020
Nonprofit PPP Loans Replenish This Week April 20, 2020

Will Nonprofit PPP Loans Replenish This Week? – April 20, 2020

Will Nonprofit PPP Loans Replenish This Week? – Senate Democrats and Republicans have come close to a deal that could inject roughly $370 billion into loan programs for nonprofits and small businesses including $310 billion more into the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), setting aside $60 billion for rural and minority groups. The remaining $60
April 16, 2020
Nonprofit PPP Loan Program Reaches $350 Billion Cap - April 17, 2020

Nonprofit PPP Loan Program Reaches $350 Billion Cap – April 17, 2020

Nonprofit PPP Loan Program Reaches $350 Cap informs charitable execs on the status of the initial $350 billion emergency loan pool established for nonprofits and small businesses derailed by the coronavirus. “The Small Business Administration (SBA) is currently unable to accept new applications for the Paycheck Protection Program based
April 11, 2020
PPP Loan Nonprofit Nightmare - Jimmy LaRose Charity 501c3

PPP Loans Nonprofit Nightmare Update – Monday, April 13, 2020

PPP Loans Nonprofit Nightmare – April 13, 2020 confirms what every nonprofit has been experiencing since the Federal $349 billion Payment Protection Program (PPP) launched on April 3rd. Inside Charity has been silent this past week while our team worked diligently with lenders, borrowers and the Small Business Administration to discover
April 4, 2020
Faith-Based PPP Loans Churches Pastors

Faith-Based And Church PPP Loans – Easter Week 2020

April 3, 2020
PPP Nonprofit Loans Charity Paycheck Protection Program

PPP Nonprofit Loans – We Just Met With Two Approved Lenders

PPP Nonprofit Loans – We Just Met With Two Approved Lenders is a summary of our nonprofit’s meetings with two major SBA 7(a) approved lenders (well-known banks) to compare their processes and product. Their loan representatives were well-informed and transparent about what’s really happening behind the scenes. Here’s what we learned:
April 1, 2020

Nonprofit Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Application

Nonprofit Paycheck Protection Program Application Link is now online. The CARES Act Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) authorizes up to $349 billion in forgivable loans to nonprofits to pay their employees during the COVID-19 crisis. All loan terms will be the same for everyone. The loan amounts will be forgiven as long as: 1) The loan proceeds
April 22, 2020
Free Webinars For Nonprofits

Free Webinars For Nonprofits By CharityHowTo

Free Webinars For Nonprofits During The Coronavirus Pandemic is brought to you by CharityHowTo. Overnight, it seems, things changed. Fear and uncertainty around the Coronavirus gripped the world, restrictions on our movement and habits locked us down, and daily life became unrecognizable for people around the globe. Suddenly, with a world
April 22, 2020
Combating Nonprofit Burnout with Mindfulness

Combating Nonprofit Burnout with Mindfulness

Combating Nonprofit Burnout with Mindfulness is Beth Kanter and Aliza Sherman’s take on the importance of self-care when working for a charitable organization. Here’s what they have to say: Burnout is a condition often found in the nonprofit world. What is burnout? Burnout can be defined as a state of emotional, mental, and physical exhaustion
March 28, 2020
Marlowe Foster Says Mothers Charities Nonprofit 501c3

Marlowe Foster Says, “My Mom Was Right”

Marlowe Foster Says, “My Mother Was Right” was written by veteran fundraiser Marlowe Foster, who shares his Mother’s wisdom who said. “I always keep a little money in my back pocket. You never know when you are going to need it.” – Alma Foster Covid-19 struck with a swiftness and that back pocket money time is now.
March 28, 2020
Jim Eskin Explains COVID-19 Charity

Jim Eskin Explains, “The 4Rs of COVID-19”

Jim Eskin Explains, “The 4Rs In The Age of COVID-19” was written by fundraising veteran Jim Eskin. Here’s what he has to share: We all share something profoundly important in common: There is so much more that we don’t know than what we do know. People around the world are responding to and transitioning to a reality that we just haven’t
March 11, 2020
Nonprofit Fundraising Jim Eskin

Fundraising – 10 Things I’ve Learned

Nonprofit Fundraising – 10 Things I’ve Learned was written by Jim Eskin of Eskin Fundraising Training. Let’s see what he has to share. For more than 15 years, I’ve dreamed of becoming a fundraising trainer/consultant. In May 2018, we took the plunge and launched Eskin Fundraising Training. This is for sure: It’s keeping me busy
March 10, 2020
Hall Powell Fundraising

Hall Powell Asks, “What’s So Special About Special Events?”

Hall Powell asks the question “What’s so special about special events?” Let’s hear what this veteran fundraiser has to say: In my more than 36 years as a fundraising professional I was privileged and blessed to serve three major healthcare institutions as the chief development officer for a period of twelve years, and an additional twenty–two years serving the nonprofit sector as a consultant to an array of organizations, helping them to build successful, comprehensive […]
March 6, 2020
Maxie Carpenter Challenges Nonprofits

Maxie Carpenter Challenges Nonprofits to Self-Navigate

Maxie Carpenter challenges nonprofits to self-navigate into March of 2020! Moving fast, isn’t it? The pace of time and change isn’t abating and the challenges facing Nonprofits are accelerating accordingly. It feels like you’re being fed like a hummingbird with a fire hose, does it not? I’ve been writing for a significant portion of 2018 and 2019 about the trends that were going to manifest themselves in 2020 with significant impact. Truth be told, those […]
January 4, 2020
PAAS Kay Stout

PAAS Rescues 5,000th Dog for Adoption – Kay Stout

PAAS (Peaceful Animal Adoption Shelter, pronounced “paws”) opened on historic Route 66 in Vinita, OK, on April, 2015. PAAS is dedicated to the rescue, temporary care, and adoption of homeless and unwanted cats and dogs. PAAS has created a number of innovative programs to accomplish our mission. Through these programs, PAAS: Subsidized spay/neuter services for animals belonging to income-qualified pet owners Conducts out-of- state transport for homeless dogs from Oklahoma municipal shelters Manages a Trap-Neuter- Release […]
January 4, 2020
Jim Eskin Fundraising

Jim Eskin publishes 10 Simple Fundraising Lessons

Jim Eskin, a San Antonio-based fundraising trainer and consultant, announced the publication of his book, 10 Simple Fundraising Lessons, a common-sense guide to overcoming the fear of asking for gifts. The lessons in Eskin’s book are based on his career as a higher education fundraising professional and his experience training non-profit board members, staff and volunteers. Since founding Eskin Fundraising Training, LLC, last year, he has led some 50 workshops and training sessions attended by […]
December 29, 2019
Maxie Carpenter Shares 2020 New Years Resolutions

Maxie Carpenter Shares, “Top 5 Nonprofit Resolutions for 2020”

Maxie Carpenter shares the top five 5 RC Factors (Resistance to Change) in the Nonprofit Sector. The timing couldn’t be better to highlight five (5) recommendations for Nonprofits to adopt as New Year’s resolutions moving into 2020. These recommendations are deriving from five (5) significant trends that are reshaping the sector and will force Nonprofit organizations to either adapt and transform or be left behind. 1. The need to increase compensation for Staff will no […]

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